Posts Tagged ‘finial’


Inside Out Christmas Ornament – Tree and Finials

This video may also be viewed on YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook. But best right here! In this video, I complete my inside out Christmas ornament. Last week, I turned the body; now I’ll turn the interior tree for display, the finials, and everything else to complete the ornament. Last week, I noted that it could […]

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Woodturning A Segmented Christmas Bell Ornament

Here’s my next entry to the annual Christmas Ornament Challenge that Carl Jacobson and I are sponsoring. This is a segmented Christmas Bell to sound off at the birth of the baby Jesus. Its body is made of apricot with 5 rings of 8 segments each for 40 total segments. In addition, it has a handle and […]

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Woodturning A Christmas Ornament With Finials

It’s time for the annual Christmas Ornament Challenge. Carl Jacobson and I are sponsoring this challenge. Rules: Make an Christmas ornament. Make a video of you making the ornament. Upload the video to YouTube Let me know the link to add your video to the playlist. Enjoy your ornament consistent with the season. This ornament […]

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Sea Urchin Ornament 2 on Juniper

This woodturning project is the second in a response to a challenge by Cascade Woodturners to make “something” from a juniper block. I had made one already but decided to make a second sputnik sea urchin ornament. It has a sea urchin shell with juniper finials above and below the shell. The lower juniper finial […]

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Sea Urchin Ornament on Juniper

This woodturning project is a response to a challenge issued by Cascade Woodturners to make “something” from a juniper block, I decided to make a sea urchin ornament with a sea urchin shell with juniper finials above and below the shell. To prepare, I reviewed two videos by Cindy Drozda who makes beautiful turned wood […]

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